THE SUPREMES

 


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THE SUPREMES
Baby love
Ask any girl

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THE SUPREMES
Back in my arms again
Whisper you love me boy

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THE SUPREMES
I hear a symphony
Who could ever doubt my love

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THE SUPREMES
My wolrd is empty wirhout you
Everything is good about you

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THE SUPREMES
You can't hurry love
Put yourself in my place

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THE SUPREMES
Everybody's got the right to love you
But i love you more

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DIANA ROSS AND THE SUPREMES
Reflections
Going down for the third time

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DIANA ROSS AND THE SUPREMES
Reflections
Love child

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DIANA ROSS AND THE SUPREMES
Some things you never get used to
You've been so wonderful to me

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DIANA ROSS AND THE SUPREMES
Someday we'll be together
Honey bee
 

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THE SUPREMES
You can't hurry love
Yesterday

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THE SUPREMES
Love is here on now you're gone - Where did our love go
Come see about me - Stop! in the name of love

 

 


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THE SUPREMES

Side 1: Where did our love go - Baby love - Come see about me - Stop ! in the name of love - Back in my arms again - Nothing but heartaches

Side 2: I hear a symphony - My world is empty without you - Love is like an itching my heart - You can't hurry love - You keep me hangin' on - Love is here and now you're gone


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DIANA ROSS AND THE SUPREMES

Side 1: Stop ! in the name of love - My world is epmty without you - I hear a symphony - Wher did our love go - Baby love - Come see about me - You can't hurry love - Love is like an itching my heart - Back in my arms again - Some things you never get used to

Side 2: The happening - Reflections - You keep me hangin' on - Forever came today - In and out of love - Love child - Love is here and now you're gone - I'm livin' in shame - The composer - Someday we'll be together


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THE SUPREMES - A' GO-GO

Side 1: Love is like an itching in my heart - This old heart of mine (is week for you) - You can't hurry love - Shake me, wake me (when it's over) - Baby i need your loving - These boots are made for walking

Side 2: I can't help myself - Get ready - Put yourself in my place - Money (that's what i want) - Come and get these memories - Hang on Sloopy


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DIANA ROSS AND THE SUPREMES - CREAM OF THE CROP

Side 1: Someday we'll be together - Can't you see it's me - You give me love - Hey Jude - The young folks - Shadows of society

Side 2: Loving you is better than ever - When it's to the top (still i won't stop giving you love) - Till Johnny comes - Blowin' in the wind - The beginning of the end

 

THE SUPREMES (ARTIST BIOGRAPHY)

The Supremes were a very successful Motown all-female singing group active from 1959 until 1977, performing at various times doo-wop, pop, soul, Broadway showtunes, psychedelia, and disco.

One of Motown’s signature acts, The Supremes were the most successful African-American musical act of the 1960s[1], recording twelve #1 hits between 1964 and 1969, many of them written and produced by Motown’s main songwriting and production team, Holland-Dozier-Holland. The crossover success of the Supremes during the mid-1960s paved the way for future black soul and R&B acts to gain mainstream audiences both in the United States and overseas.

Founded in Detroit, Michigan in 1959, The Supremes began as a quartet called The Primettes. Founding members Florence Ballard, Mary Wilson, Diana Ross, and Betty McGlown, all from the Brewster-Douglas public housing project in Detroit, were the sister act to The Primes (later The Temptations). In 1960, Barbara Martin replaced McGlown, and the group signed with Motown in 1961 as The Supremes. Martin left at the end of 1961, and Ross, Ballard, and Wilson carried on as a trio. After they achieved success in the mid-1960s with Ross as the lead singer, Motown president Berry Gordy renamed the group Diana Ross & the Supremes in 1967. Ballard left the group that same year because of personal differences and was replaced by Cindy Birdsong. Ross left the group for a solo career in 1970, and was replaced by Jean Terrell. After 1972, the lineup of the Supremes changed frequently, with Lynda Laurence, Scherrie Payne, and Susaye Greene all becoming members before the group ended its eighteen-year existence in 1977.

       

 

 

 

 

 

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